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Pinacographia. Illustrations of more than 1,000 species of north-west-European Ichneumonide, sensu Linnaeano. Afbeeldingen van meer dan 1,000 soorten noord-west-europeesche sluipwespen (ichneumones sensu Linnaeano) (1880)



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Author: Snellen van Vollenhoven, Samuel Constant, 1816-1880
Subject: Ichneumonidae; Hymenoptera
Publisher: 's Gravenhage, M. Nijhoff
Year: 1880
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Dutch; English
Call number: 39088007213770
Digitizing sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries
Book contributor: Smithsonian Libraries
Collection: biodiversity; americana
Scanfactors: 4

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Dutch and English in parallel columns

Preface states that the author died before his work was completed and that only some 400 species were figured

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